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  • [15 Principles] How Separated Parents Should Co-Parent During the Covid-19 Pandemic

    Parenting is difficult. It is more difficult after separation. Now the Covid-19 pandemic is making it even more difficult. How do you respect the need for physical distancing and still co-parent? What should you do? Here are principles that I hope will help you navigate these challenges: Principles … Read more »

  • Co-Parenting During The Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic

    These are uncertain times for sure. As parents we are always trying to do what is best for our children. What is best for the children can have two sides. With government mandating we stay indoors and limit interaction, parenting exchanges and determining whether it is best for a child to stay in on … Read more »

  • Government of Canada Helps Canadians

    The past few weeks have been difficult for everyone and the uncertainty and stress of what is to come may be equally difficult. The impact of COVID-19 is particularly acute on individuals, business, and household finances. The Government of Canada is offering financial relief to individuals and busi … Read more »

  • Tips for Co-Parenting During the COVID-19 Outbreak

    Co-parenting after a divorce can be tricky at the best of times – and these are not the best of times. Now that Ontario schools have closed and many families are quarantined due to international travel, there’s a new, unprecedented complication added to any co-parenting situation. Here are some tips … Read more »

  • Getting Divorced During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Divorces are nearly always a high-stress situation, and the current COVID-19 outbreak is adding an unprecedented complication to the process. Currently, the Superior Court of Ontario is closed and judges are only hearing urgent matters. However, this does not mean that your divorce process has to gr … Read more »